It was the night of January 6th, 2019, when the first call came through to a friend’s apartment.
The man’s name was Andrew, and he had just gotten back from a trip to Thailand with his mother.
The two men had a brief conversation, and Andrew told them that he was a security guard at a large city-owned property and that he’d been given a license to carry a concealed weapon.
He’d been told that the license allowed him to use his gun in a public place, and that was why he needed a security camera.
“And I said, ‘OK, I’ve got a security cam that you can use,'” Andrew said.
Andrew had a camera for sale, and it was the first he’d ever owned.
Andrew said he was excited to buy a security system because he thought he could use it in his own home.
He told me about the things that he loved about his life, including his work at the local Walmart and his love for cooking.
He said that his family owned an old, rusting, wood-paneled house in a small town near his home.
“So, I thought, this is a great deal, and I bought one,” he said.
He put it in a box, opened it, and installed a small camera in it.
“When I get home, I just turn it on, and you’ll see me,” he told me.
“You can hear me talking, you can hear what I’m saying, you’ll hear me going to work.”
Andrew was a huge fan of his new camera.
He loved it so much that he put it up for sale.
Andrew was excited because he could be outside on a sunny day and look at a cityscape.
He could see people walking around and see the traffic.
He had never owned a camera before, but the seller told him that he could install a security sensor on the camera and turn it into a night vision camera.
Andrew said that he wanted to have a good night’s sleep, so he started packing up his security camera for a trip down to Walmart and ordering it.
When he got home, he put the camera in the trunk of his car.
He drove it to Walmart, put it on the trunk, and then drove to his friend’s home.
Andrew and his friend were walking down the street when they saw a man walking toward them.
“What the f–k are you doing?”
“He’s just on his way to the mall,” Andrew said, adding that he didn’t want to confront him.
“I just wanted to get my camera,” Andrew told me, “and then I’d turn it off, and leave.”
The man walked up to Andrew, grabbed the camera, and pulled out a gun.
Andrew told him to take it off.
But the man wasn’t about to take that opportunity.
“Oh, f–ck, I’ll just shoot you right now,” the man said.
“What are you going to do, shoot me?”
Andrew said he would shoot him.
He pulled out his gun and started shooting.
Andrew thought the gun was just a toy, but it was actually a firearm.
The bullet was going through Andrew’s head.
The bullet passed through his brain and hit his spine.
Andrew got up and ran toward the man.
The gunman shot Andrew twice, killing him instantly.
Andrew collapsed to the ground, but he had a weapon.
A few minutes later, the man took the gun away and handed it to Andrew.
“How many times do I have to kill you?”
Andrew told the man, “five times, ten times, twenty times.”
The man put the gun in the back of the car and drove away.
Andrew drove to the Walmart, got his security system, and put it into his car, where it stayed for three months.
That was the start of a new life.
When Andrew’s mother heard about his new security system for the first time, she was in shock.
After hearing about it, she didn’t know what to do.
She told me she just wanted her daughter to have the camera.
Then, in November, Andrew bought another security system.
And then in March, Andrew got another one.
He was in the middle of the night when he got the call about the other security system he’d bought.
Andrew called his sister, who told him what happened.
“She said, that’s the best thing that ever happened to you,” Andrew recalled.
It was a terrible feeling, because she said, I know you don’t want this, but you’re gonna have to do this.
Andrew decided to buy another security camera and he was back to the beginning of his life.
He spent more time looking for security cameras at malls and shopping centers.
He bought a lot of security cameras and bought one for every house he lived in, hoping that he